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The City On the Edge Of Forever (Episode 28 of Star Trek)

4 Ratings: 5.0
A Star Trek episode

The standard-bearer for the entireStar Trekcanon, this episode begins with a medical accident that leaves Dr. McCoy (DeForest Kelley) a paranoid madman. Leaping through a time portal to Earth's Great Depression of the 1930s, McCoy causes disastrous … see full wiki

2 reviews about The City On the Edge Of Forever (Episode...
review by . September 29, 2010
The undisputed Best original Trek episode
The story?      Dr. McCoy engages in malpractice.  Kirk and Spock must purSUE him. How much did you see your favorite character?      The half-baked Spock had a prominent role in this episode.  The trip would have failed without him. Was the antagonist strong?      Who was the antagonist in this story?  It was really too complex for a good guy/bad guy analysis.  All three of the top three fit into that category.   …
review by . February 09, 2003
While I am familiar with the many stories about the original screenplay by Harlan Ellison and the changes made for the episode, that will not be part of this review. What matters is what appeared on the screen and that is a classical episode in television history. The story combines all the best that science fiction has to offer, new technologies, exploration of the universe and the discovery of new intelligences; deep friendship among comrades, the consequences of time alteration and the classic …
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